[hackerspaces] Tool ID tools?

Joshua Pritt ramgarden at gmail.com
Fri Sep 18 03:19:56 CEST 2015

You could always create a bunch of wiki pages with pictures of the tool and
all that info. But it would require the user to find it on the wiki
themselves.  Maybe have an index page with just the tool thumbnails. Then
they click on the one that looks like it and bam!  All the info they could
Otherwise putting a small QR code on there that links to that tool's wiki
On Sep 17, 2015 5:59 PM, "Shirley Hicks" <shirley at velochicdesign.com> wrote:

> Hey everyone,
> Does anyone know if there is a visual ID tool out there that newbies can
> use to figure out what a tool should be used for?
> I’m kitting out our circuits lab. I’m adding a mess of tools that are kind
> of hard to write on to say “use to cut wire or use with x, preferably not
> other things”.
> I’m wondering if anyone has applied something like the MedSnap technology (
> https://medsnap.com/) to tools.
> Thanks!
> Shirley Hicks
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